Routinely Itemised takes a look back at the RPG news with the Origins Award restructuring after an RPG boom, D&D Beyond's top 10 sellers and plenty of new game announcements.
Scott Derrickson, who directed Doctor Strange, but passed on Doctor Strange II, will helm the project.
A round-up of the weekly RPG news with new games, starter sets, exclusive art reveals and Covid-19 wrecking some shows.
Published by River Horse and written by Ben Milton (aka Questing Beast) the game comes with two custom dice and a full-length adventure with over 100 scenes.
In this column, we look back at the week of RPG news as quick bullet points for you to speed read.
The pitch for the game is that it can be used by 'expert roleplayers' using whatever system they prefer or by everyone using the book's own set of streamlined rules.
Art from Brian Froud's The Goblins of Labyrinth will pack the book and Milton even claims the book itself will have a hole where you can store a dice and a flip book mechanic of an owl flying around the page numbers.
Yup! They look awesome, especially Ludo, and they’ll soon be here – Labyrinth Funko Pop figures! It looks like there’s a first set of four; Sarah and the worm, Hoggle, Ludo and Jareth.…
Which was the most surreal scene in Labyrinth? It might have been the one with the junk lady. It’s especially weird if you imagine that the Labyrinth may have been entirely in Sarah’s mind.…
Game makers River Horse have updated Facebook fans to let them know that the Jim Henson Company has approved some miniature sculpts. What does this mean? Oh boy – it means the Labyrinth board game is on the way.…